Historic droughts, the fastest growing populations in the country, and unsettled law have combined to create a perfect legal storm for landowner water rights in Texas. Water quantity, water pollution, upstream users, and offers to buy or lease water rights, as well as regulation by local governments, are issues many owners of rural land face today or will in the very near future. Braun & Gresham helps landowners understand their rights and create strategies to protect themselves now.

“Braun had the expertise to make it all happen. They provided the insight, integrity, and respect necessary to engage successfully with all entities involved. They were very fair-minded and creative with their thinking – they just wouldnt except ‘no’ for an answer.”

Cecilia Dahlstrom Barrentine
Landowner

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Water Rights News

  • Landowner Alert System 7-28-20

    Property Taxes: Our team at Braun & Gresham has spent the last few months negotiating property tax issues or denials with appraisal districts. And we have learned a few things. First, make sure to protest timely. We file our protests … Continue reading →Read More »
  • What’s the Dam deal?

    By Carly Barton, Attorney & Counselor As Texas continues to grow and water becomes scarcer, more landowners look for solutions to keep water on their properties. Putting a dam on your property can be the answer to preserving water, but … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Landowner Alert System 6-16-20

    Property Taxes: “Appraisal districts are in the process of reviewing applications that have been submitted for 2020, and if you haven’t heard from them, I would give them a call. We are all learning to operate remotely and the appraisal … Continue reading →Read More »

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